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Emailgate: Most Voters Say Clinton Likely Broke Law With Email Use

Sep 16, 2015 11:02 AM EDT

Fifty-nine percent of likely voters said they believe Hillary Clinton probably broke the law by using her private home-based server to send and receive emails containing classified information. This includes 42 percent who said the Democratic front-runner very likely broke the law.

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Poll: Most Americans Want Federal Government To Punish Sanctuary Cities

Jul 11, 2015 03:32 PM EDT

Sixty-two percent of likely U.S. voters said the Justice Department should punish cities that skirt federal immigration laws by refusing to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, while 26 percent opposed such legal action, according to Rasmussen.

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Survey: Increasing Number Of Americans Think States Should Have Right To Ignore Federal Court Decisions

Jul 03, 2015 02:23 PM EDT

Thirty-three percent of likely U.S. voters now say that states should have the right to ignore such rulings. That's up nine points from the 24 percent who told Rasmussen the same thing in February.